Plot 1b Seasyde, Errol, Perthshire
Final opportunity to purchase a superb 2.3 acre site overlooking The Tay
Last remaining plot at Seasyde occupies a prime position in a rural location in proximity to an A-listed Georgian country house on the banks of the Firth of Tay, which is a site of significant scientific interest due to its spectacular bird life. The plots are in an idyllic setting within the picturesque Carse of Gowrie 3 miles from the village of Errol.
The impressive plot, extending to approximately 2.3 acres, is situated down a mile long private road, surrounded by farm land, with superb views South over the Tay, reed beds, bird sanctuary and goose roost, and would be suitable for an extensive single property.
This plot takes full advantage of open views across the Firth of Tay, south facing from the north shore, and affords the opportunity to design an extensive garden in an ideal setting to complement any house. The images featured within these particulars and aerial video are considered representative of the area. Services are close to hand. Potential buyers should consider these advantages in assessing this development which gives the opportunity to design and build a house which would complement to the surrounding properties, subject to obtaining the necessary Planning Permission.
Seasyde is dominated by Seasyde House, and Lodge being the A listed childhood home of Admiral Duncan, Scotland's greatest sailor and victor of Camperdown. The remainder is the Garden House with walled garden, The Coach House in 2 acres, and four modern 2 acre plots. The first being Carthagena Cedars occupied in recent years, the second occupied this year, the third just sold and now the final one, Plot 1B is available on the market.
Local Architects Leadingham Jameson Rogers & Hynd are familiar with this development, as they have obtained the necessary approvals on behalf of the current owner for other projects in the immediate area and would be available to assist should you have any queries regarding Planning Approvals and Building Warrants.
The villages in the Carse of Gowrie provide good local amenities, including shops, primary schools, hotels, garden centres, and restaurants whilst the nearby cities of Dundee and Perth provide numerous services. The two Dundee Universities, Perth and Dundee Colleges, Ninewells Teaching Hospital, and the Technology Parks are amongst major institutions and employers in the regions. Dundee Airport and the main line railway stations at Dundee and Perth are a short drive away. The airports at Edinburgh and Glasgow are 47 miles and 78 miles respectively. Perthshire and the surrounding region provide recreational facilities with the world famous golf courses at Gleneagles, St Andrews and Carnoustie. There are many outdoor pursuits available in the Angus and Perthshire Glens which include field sports, hill walking, horse riding and polo, river and loch fishing, sailing and water sports on the River Tay and its estuary.
Viewing by appointment only
Further information and viewing arrangements are available through the sole selling agents: Thornton Property Services, Whitefriars House, 7 Whitefriars Crescent, Perth PH2 0PA.
Telephone: 01738 443456. Email: email@example.com
Whitefriars House, 7 Whitefriars Crescent
Perth PH2 0PA